[O] ob-clojure.el does not evaluate org-mode clojure src block

2017-02-20 Thread numbch...@gmail.com
``` #+BEGIN_SRC clojure :session (def kk "stardiviner") #+END_SRC ``` Press =[C-c C-c]= to evaluate this. Then check out =kk= in CIDER REPL buffer. That's why my problem happens: https://emacs.stackexchange.com/questions/30849/how-to-generate-inline-plot-result-for-ob-clojure

Re: [O] Possible Bug in Capture.

2017-02-20 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello, li...@wilkesley.net writes: > I have just switched from maint to master and now get the following > error capturing to a date tree: > > #+begin_src emacs-lisp > Debugger entered--Lisp error: (error "Invalid capture target > specification: (file+datetree >

[O] Possible Bug in Capture.

2017-02-20 Thread lists
I have just switched from maint to master and now get the following error capturing to a date tree: #+begin_src emacs-lisp Debugger entered--Lisp error: (error "Invalid capture target specification: (file+datetree \"~/Documents/emacs/org/org_files/tasks/notes.org\" \"Notes.\")")

[O] avoiding "First item of list cannot move without its subtree"

2017-02-20 Thread Max Rydahl Andersen
Hi, First time poster and recently started using org-mode and so far enjoying it :) One nag I do have though is how moving of basic lists are handled. I constantly bump into "First item of list cannot move without its subtree" Is there a way to avoid this error and instead be given the

Re: [O] avoiding "First item of list cannot move without its subtree"

2017-02-20 Thread Eric S Fraga
On Monday, 20 Feb 2017 at 12:58, Max Rydahl Andersen wrote: > Hi, > > First time poster and recently started using org-mode and so far enjoying it > :) > > One nag I do have though is how moving of basic lists are handled. > I constantly bump into "First item of list cannot move without its

Re: [O] avoiding "First item of list cannot move without its subtree"

2017-02-20 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello, "Max Rydahl Andersen" writes: > What I often have is that I during a meeting or brain dump do this: > > ``` > * Some important topic > - idea 1, some notes > - idea 2, another note > - idea 3, a third note > ``` OK. > And then I go over these and I use the

Re: [O] Saving org-capture buffer while writing it

2017-02-20 Thread Eric S Fraga
On Monday, 20 Feb 2017 at 14:05, Narendra Joshi wrote: > Hi, > > Sometimes when I am taking notes, I end up spending a lot of time in a > capture buffer. If I happen to switch to something else, I end up > loosing the capture buffer. I probably just kill the buffer > accidentally, or do `C-c C-k'.

Re: [O] Saving org-capture buffer while writing it

2017-02-20 Thread Stig Brautaset
Narendra Joshi writes: > Hi, > > Sometimes when I am taking notes, I end up spending a lot of time in a > capture buffer. If I happen to switch to something else, I end up > loosing the capture buffer. I probably just kill the buffer > accidentally, or do `C-c C-k'. > > Is

[O] Saving org-capture buffer while writing it

2017-02-20 Thread Narendra Joshi
Hi, Sometimes when I am taking notes, I end up spending a lot of time in a capture buffer. If I happen to switch to something else, I end up loosing the capture buffer. I probably just kill the buffer accidentally, or do `C-c C-k'. Is there a way I can take backups of the buffer to a file?

Re: [O] Saving org-capture buffer while writing it

2017-02-20 Thread Narendra Joshi
Stig Brautaset writes: > Narendra Joshi writes: > >> Hi, >> >> Sometimes when I am taking notes, I end up spending a lot of time in a >> capture buffer. If I happen to switch to something else, I end up >> loosing the capture buffer. I probably just

Re: [O] [PATCH] Add org-babel support for hledger

2017-02-20 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello, Simon Michael writes: > I'd like org-babel to support hledger for generating financial > reports, similar to the existing support for Ledger. Thank you. I'll happily merge it with the code base after some details are sorted out. > I don't know the exact process to

Re: [O] ob-async

2017-02-20 Thread Alex Bennée
Ken Mankoff writes: > An RSS feed I follow mentioned ob-async here: > https://github.com/astahlman/ob-async > > I haven't seen it mentioned on the list yet. Perhaps others would be > interested in asynchronous Babel processing. I've seen the feature > requested often on this

Re: [O] Saving org-capture buffer while writing it

2017-02-20 Thread Myles English
Hello, on [2017-02-20] at 14:05 Narendra Joshi writes: > Hi, > > Sometimes when I am taking notes, I end up spending a lot of time in a > capture buffer. If I happen to switch to something else, I end up > loosing the capture buffer. I probably just kill the buffer > accidentally, or do `C-c

Re: [O] Saving org-capture buffer while writing it

2017-02-20 Thread Myles English
on [2017-02-20] at 22:02 Narendra Joshi writes: > Myles English writes: > >> Hello, >> >> on [2017-02-20] at 14:05 Narendra Joshi writes: >> >>> Hi, >>> >>> Sometimes when I am taking notes, I end up spending a lot of time in a >>> capture buffer. If I happen to switch

Re: [O] Saving org-capture buffer while writing it

2017-02-20 Thread Narendra Joshi
Myles English writes: > Hello, > > on [2017-02-20] at 14:05 Narendra Joshi writes: > >> Hi, >> >> Sometimes when I am taking notes, I end up spending a lot of time in a >> capture buffer. If I happen to switch to something else, I end up >> loosing the capture buffer. I

Re: [O] avoiding "First item of list cannot move without its subtree"

2017-02-20 Thread Max Rydahl Andersen
And then I go over these and I use the shift/alt+keys to reorder the ideas up and down and eventually I would like to do this: ``` * Some important topic - idea 1, some notes ** TODO idea 2, another note - idea 3, a third note ``` What is that? Is "** TODO idea 2, another note" a

Re: [O] Saving org-capture buffer while writing it

2017-02-20 Thread Stig Brautaset
Narendra Joshi writes: >> Dunno about backups, but I experience this problem too. (Another >> annoyance I have is accidentally hitting `C-c C-c' to tick a check box >> and having my in-progress work being moved.) It can help to use the >> `:immediate-finish' and

Re: [O] avoiding "First item of list cannot move without its subtree"

2017-02-20 Thread Max Rydahl Andersen
* Some important topic - idea 1, some notes - idea 2, another note - idea 3, a third note Maybe change your approach and use headlines throughout: * Some important topic ** idea 1 some notes ** idea 2 another note ** idea 3 a third note ? You can still move these about and

[O] org-export-babel-evaluate=nil ignores ":exports results" setting - this has changed

2017-02-20 Thread Derek Feichtinger
When org-export-babel-evaluate is set to nil, I see a different behavior now as compared to earlier versions of org. Now it seems that all header arguments of a code block are ignored, including the arguments to the :exports setting. Even when I have set ":exports results" or ":exports code"

Re: [O] org-export-babel-evaluate=nil ignores ":exports results" setting - this has changed

2017-02-20 Thread Charles C. Berry
On Mon, 20 Feb 2017, Derek Feichtinger wrote: When org-export-babel-evaluate is set to nil, I see a different behavior now as compared to earlier versions of org. Indeed. It is now *obsolete* and its behavior has intentionally been changed as noted here: ,[ C-h v

Re: [O] ob-clojure.el does not evaluate org-mode clojure src block

2017-02-20 Thread numbch...@gmail.com
Seems have someone meet same problem with me: https://emacs.stackexchange.com/questions/30857/clojure-code-evaluation-in-org-mode-produces-no-output [stardiviner] GPG key ID: 47C32433 IRC(freeenode): stardiviner Twitter: @numbchild Key fingerprint = 9BAA 92BC

[O] Python loops with ":results output"

2017-02-20 Thread Seb
Hello, Is it not possible to avoid having the continuation triple dots in the first output line when capturing output from a Python loop? ------ Export artifact: #+BEGIN_SRC python :session :results output :exports results for

Re: [O] avoiding "First item of list cannot move without its subtree"

2017-02-20 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello, "Max Rydahl Andersen" writes: > Might be - but seems it fits very naturally to be able to at least > allow to move list items outside its parent. > > Don't get me wrong - I like it defaults to stopping, but would prefer > it would ask or let me do shift + left +

Re: [O] org-export-babel-evaluate=nil ignores ":exports results" setting - this has changed

2017-02-20 Thread Derek Feichtinger
Hi Chuck On 21.02.2017 00:54, Charles C. Berry wrote: On Mon, 20 Feb 2017, Derek Feichtinger wrote: When org-export-babel-evaluate is set to nil, I see a different behavior now as compared to earlier versions of org. Indeed. It is now *obsolete* and its behavior has intentionally been